HET Readings For Holocaust Memorial Day 2018

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The project started at KDHS Johannesburg

The HET – Holocaust Education Trust in the UK has included The Partisan Song and the link to my project “Don’t Give Up Hope” in its Readings for Holocaust Memorial Day (HMD) 2018.

Don’t Give Up Hope is an inspiring project which encourages students around the world to learn and sing Glik’s anthem” says HET’s Martin Winstone.

Martin Winstone | Education Officer

Holocaust Educational Trust

With Martin Winstone

Holocaust Educational Trust – Holocaust Memorial Day 2018: Guidelines and Suggested Readings – download here:

www.het.org.uk/images/Readings_for_Holocaust_Memorial_Day_2018.pdf.

The song is on page 12 and the notes for it on pages 24-25.

Hirsh Glik 1922 – 1944

Don’t Give Up Hope

Don’t Give Up Hope

 Activities for your school, choir or community group for Holocaust Memorial Day – 27 January 2018.  A short video explaining the project The Power of Words: learn about the meaning, context and sign…

Source: elirab.me/hope/

What is HET?

Holocaust Educational Trust – Wikipedia

Holocaust Educational Trust – Wikipedia

The Holocaust Educational Trust (HET) is a British charity, based in London, whose aim is to “educate young people of every background about the Holocaust and the important lessons to be learned for today.”[1] It was founded by the Labour MP Greville Janner and the former Labour Home Secretary Merlyn Rees in 1988. One of the Trust’s main achievements was ensuring that the Holocaust formed part of the National Curriculum for history, as it continues to do so.

Source: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Holocaust_Educational_Trust

Holocaust Educational Trust – International Partnerships

Holocaust Educational Trust – International Partnerships

Source: www.het.org.uk/about/international-partnerships

Holocaust Memorial Day

The most public form of Holocaust education is the annual commemoration of Holocaust Memorial Day (HMD). The day is marked on 27th January each year – the anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz – and was first held in 2001. Britain was one of the first countries in the world to hold such an event.

HET News & Events

http://www.het.org.uk/news-and-events/666-holocaust-memorial-day-2018-guidelines-and-suggested-readings

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